Royal Greenhouse

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Feeling royal

During a limited period of time (app. 3 weeks), the royal greenhouse in Laken (Belgium) is open for visitors. This means you can go through the otherwise closed gates of the royal palace, and take a walk in the king and queen their garden. As the greenhouse is only open for a limited time, you have to take into account that you’ll be there with a lot of other people. In certain places, it is possible you will need to queue before you can proceed further. Meanwhile, the beauty of the surroundings will definitely distract you!

The variety of plants and trees you’ll find in this garden and greenhouse is so extensive. One moment you’ll think you’re in Asia, surrounded by the blossoms of a Japanese cherry tree and a Japanese tower in the background. The next moment, you feel all these tropical vibes when you’re surrounded by palm trees. Mix this with architectural style of all the different buildings, and you’ll be in awe all day long. The only thing missing on this day was the sun. Where are you dear friend?